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Crisis Specialist

Part-time Crisis Specialists for community-based walk-in crisis center-Bachelor’s required; Master’s preferred.  Crisis intervention experience and ability to work a flexible schedule including evenings, weekends, and holidays is a must. 

Email letter of interest and resume to Mental Health Association, nmiller@fcmha.org.  EOE. 


The Mental Health Association is seeking an experienced Psychiatrist to focus on continuity of patient care.  MHA is a private non-profit group practice looking to expand to an OMHC. This exciting part to full time position would act as the medical director in a newly renovated building in Frederick City. Position offers a competitive salary PTO, 10 paid holidays, and days paid for CME.

Please submit letter of inquiry along with resume to ebentz@fcmha.org


Part time position: LCPC or LCSW-C for community-based outpatient counseling program, dedicated to serving underserved populations.  Duties include managing a caseload of 5-10 Medical Assistance clients.  Masters in Social Work or Counseling and state licensure, plus a minimum of three years direct client experience, required.

E-mail resume to Ellie Bentz, Clinical Director, Mental Health Association of Frederick County, ebentz@fcmha.org.  EOE.


Resource Manager

The Mental Health Association of Frederick County is currently seeking candidates to fill the position of Resource Manager.  This position is responsible for development and maintenance of community resources, management, and training.  The ideal candidate will have a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in a human service related discipline and supervisory experience.  An understanding of call center operations is preferred.  This position is full-time and considered essential personnel.  Benefits available.  EOE

Please send cover letter and resume to sborg@fcmha.org by April 8, 2016. 

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National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is a national 24- hour, toll-free suicide prevention service available to anyone who feels that he/she might be in danger of hurting oneself, to find referrals to mental health services, or to speak to a crisis worker about a friend or family member.

Walk-In Behavioral Health Services

Experiencing an emotional, mental, family or relationship crisis? Suicidal thoughts? Anxiety, grief or depression? Help is here.

Walk-In Behavioral Health Services is a free service where a Crisis Specialst will meet with you to help resolve a current crisis or concern and assist with connections to ongoing support. Available to adults, youth and children (under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a guardian).

Location: 226 South Jefferson Street
Hours: Monday - Friday 12pm - 8pm, Saturday and Sunday 12pm - 4pm  
For more information dial: 2-1-1 or 1-866-411-6803